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LASD - Los Angeles County Sheriffs Dept Information Bureau (SIB)
Thursday November 22nd, 2018 :: 01:27 p.m. PST


Repopulation of areas within Los Angeles County – Areas of Corral Canyon/Newell Neighborhood

 The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is announcing the repopulation of additional areas impacted by the #WoolseyFire – effective Thursday, November 22, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.
On Thursday, November 22, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. the following approximate boundaries along Corral Canyon and the Newell neighborhood will be repopulated. This opening will be to residents only until it is determined accessible to all traffic by law enforcement.
This will include the following areas along Corral Canyon and the Newell neighborhood:

  • North of Malibu city limits
  • East of Solstice Canyon Road and Roberts Road
  • West of Las Virgenes Road and Malibu Canyon Road
EXCEPTIONS and ROAD CLOSURES: There will be a hard closure with barricades for the northbound lanes of Corral Canyon Road north of Tistou Trail.
PARK CLOSURES: Malibu Creek State Park, Solstice Canyon, Upper Solstice Canyon, and Castro Crest will remain closed to all pedestrian and vehicle traffic for an undetermined period. Many known and unknown hazards exist following an intense fire. This includes fire weakened or dead trees that can fall without warning, burned out stumps creating holes under trails, damage to parking areas and roads, and damaged or destroyed structures.   
As natural gas service is restored to areas that have been deemed safe, assessments and necessary repairs are underway. For safety reasons, customers should never attempt to restore natural gas service themselves.  If you have questions about the service restoration process or about your natural gas service, please contact SoCalGas at 1-877-238-0092 or online at
The link below can be used to assist the public in determining if their property is in an area that has been repopulated:
Simply visit the link and enter an address for the #WoolseyFire area in the search field and press enter.  You can then scroll out on the map to determine if the indicated area has a red or green background.  Red indicates the area is still closed and unsafe to return.  Green indicates the area is open for repopulation.  In addition to the map, the below written descriptions of the areas to be opened has been provided.    
The Woolsey Fire Unified Command continues to monitor the burn areas, as well as those areas remaining closed due to critical infrastructure concerns or safety hazards.  Any future information pertaining to safety conditions and repopulation will be updated at the following link: 
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department have a strong presence in the repopulated and evacuated areas for the next several days to ensure the protection of our residents and their property.  All other road closures and evacuated areas for the #WoolseyFire remain in effect.
Individuals wanting to receive updates regarding the Woolsey Fire and repopulation efforts are encouraged to sign up at

Forwarded by: 
Deputy Armando Viera Jr. 
Sheriff’s Information Bureau – Newsroom
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
Hall of Justice - First floor 
211 W. Temple St, Los Angeles, CA 90012

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